All posts by Jeremy Scott

Profile – Helmut Marko

Respected F1 drivers rarely ever leave the world of motorsport. Even after they hang up the racing gloves, there are many opportunities open to a retired driver: commentating, advising, representing, managing teams and drivers. The subject of today’s Driver Profile, Helmut Marko, falls into almost

GPR Awards – 2021 Formula One Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Following on from a series of ever-increasing follies from the Red Bull camp, it looked like Lewis Hamilton was going to take the championship at the death. However, a spectre in the form of Michael Masi and race control instead dropped the title right into the

GPR Awards – 2021 Formula 1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

“A strange game – the only winning move is not to play” – The computer from WarGames “Just what is going on in Jeddah tonight?” – David Croft, Sky Sports F1 Commentator While a Formula 1 season hasn’t been this tight going into the closing round in

GPR Awards – 2021 Formula 1 Qatar Grand Prix

As every weekend, the championship ebbs and flows within a win’s difference between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton. Again they made the top-two, with Hamilton again cutting back the Red Bull driver’s lead, and unsurprisingly the title battle was embroiled in controversy. On Formula 1’s

GPR Awards – 2021 Formula 1 São Paulo Grand Prix

The 2021 Formula 1 championship is tightening up, and there doesn’t seem to be any clear idea over who will win it between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton. With three races still to go, this gruelling but exciting season is coming to a close, and the São

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GPR Awards – 2021 Formula 1 Mexico City Grand Prix

The return of the Formula 1 circus to Mexico saw perhaps a definitive moment of the season, as Max Verstappen and Red Bull triumphed the Mercedes pair in an unexpected reversal of fortune from Saturday’s qualifying. However, at GPRejects we’re discussing our top rejects and infinitely improbable

GPR Awards – 2021 Formula 1 Turkish Grand Prix

When was the last time Formula 1 gifted its fans with two consecutive wet races in a row? The 2021 Turkish Grand Prix did exactly that, even if the race was very different from the final lap chaos at Sochi and incomparable to the craziness we were treated to